Chrome allows you to delete navigation data for a specific period. The feature is useful for anyone who forgot to open the private browsing window to access a particular site and would not want to leave it logged. You can remove the history from the day, week, or last hour. In this way, the oldest data will be preserved.
Check out the next step-by-step how to clear your Chrome history for the day or a specific date range. The procedure was performed in the browser version of Google for macOS, but the tips are also valid for users of Windows PCs.
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Learn how to clear Chrome's browsing history for a specific time period
Step 1. Go to the Chrome menu, go to "History" and click on "History";
Open Chrome's browsing history
Step 2. Then click "Clear browsing data" on the left side of the page;
Click on the indicated option
Step 3. In "Time interval", select the desired option and finally click on "Clear data".
Select the period in which the history will be deleted
Ready. Take advantage of the tips to erase the recent sites you've accessed without missing out on your browsing history.
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